1970s Wilhelm Eberle 4/4 German-made Violin

The label in this guy reads "Wilhelm Eberle" and it's a German-built instrument probably from the late '70s or early '80s. It's clean, well-built, and has a nice, even-sounding tone to it. Our bowed guy Andy went through it and set it up a few months ago but I forgot to get it listed on the site at the time. Oops!

For someone looking for a good, sturdy, solidly-built student instrument, this would do it. While the photos give it a ruddy tone, I think it's actually closer to the beige-honey-brown color seen in the video.

Repairs included: setup adjustments, minor seam repairs, and restring.

Weight: 1 lb 3 oz

Scale length: 13"

Nut width: 7/8"

Body length: 14"

Body width: 8 1/8"

Body depth: 1 1/2"

Top wood: solid spruce

Back & sides wood: solid flamed maple

Bridge: maple

Fingerboard: ebony

Neck wood: maple

String height: between fiddle-low and classical
Strings: D'Addario Ascentes

Neck shape: medium C

Neck relief: straight

Condition notes: it's very clean -- with only the lightest signs of use here and there -- some finish rubbing-off at the headstock and maybe a few light scratches in the body.

It comes with: an old case.

Consignment tag: TMST